Their executives wandered around having meetings, but didn't give keynotes or proclaim new industry directions.
Top it with sweet and savory goop, and proclaim a new era in the world of pizza.
Watch as he interrupts his son to proclaim his “most humble day.”
But Sobel delves deeper into the reclusive man behind the genius who refused to proclaim his theory for fear of being ridiculed.
I am not ashamed to proclaim loud and proud that I am a proponent of children's pageantry.
So Iris knew of the court-martial, nor was she afraid to proclaim to all the world that this man was her lover.
At such a time in history, we who are free must proclaim anew our faith.
He proclaimed this fact; and he should think himself a traitor to his country, not to proclaim it.
Then if he is innocent, why does he not speak out like a man, and proclaim his innocence?
Yes, and to-day, too, do they not proclaim the tombola where once they announced a victory?